“Every sensible revenue option seems to be destroyed,” Sen. Bernie Sanders complained Wednesday.
Before he was a favorite of those decrying “medical tyranny,” Florida's GOP governor approved a mandate that doctors log kids’ vaccines into a database.
In recent days, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) turned on the paid leave proposal, likely forcing Democrats to cut the popular policy out of their final package.
The election year “just took people’s time away from and distracted them away from the pandemic in my personal opinion,” Birx told a House subcommittee.
If an abusive partner is controlling your finances, your whereabouts and who you socialize with, they're likely going to control your reproductive choices, too. And S.B. 8 just made it a lot easier for them to do that.
Paid family and medical leave is on the chopping block. Democrats are scrambling to find a compromise to protect at least new parents.
Stay tuned — there's more still to come.
Leaked documents show how Trump's social media posts ignited more anger following the police killing of George Floyd.
It’s not with the Republican grassroots, Max Boot argued in The Washington Post.
A work requirement would wreck the child tax credit's impact on child poverty.
Virginian Republican Bob Good's "nearly everything that plagues our society" claim drew backlash on social media.
"Your World" anchor Neil Cavuto revealed some of the abuse he received from viewers after promoting the vaccine that likely saved his life.
Donald Trump's "letter to the editor" was crammed full of nonsense, but the newspaper published it anyway,
An app would let domestic workers accrue pay they’re owed — but in practice rarely get — to take sick days or care for loved ones.
Donald Trump Jr. claimed he "waited in breadlines" in Czechoslovakia in the 1980s.
One labor historian said it was unprecedented to see sitting secretaries standing with workers on strike.
According to AP sources, James will make an announcement later this week about her candidacy for New York governor.
“I’ve never run for political office in my life,” Kristof said in a campaign video, expressing it as an asset.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney of New York tried to goad the former president in an MSNBC interview.